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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument proves that the false is not in 2 1, 17 | for, as the ~Philosopher proves (Peri Herm. ii), the contrary 3 1, 22 | necessity; as the ~Philosopher proves (Metaph. vi, 7). But the 4 1, 25 | Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 79) that if 5 1, 25 | Philosopher (Phys. viii, 79) proves that if a body had ~infinite 6 1, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that beatitude belongs to 7 1, 37 | Augustine (De Trin. vii, 1) proves that the Father ~is not 8 1, 46 | Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is unbegotten, 9 1, 46 | Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is ~unbegotten 10 1, 46 | et Mundo i, text 20) he proves that heaven ~is ungenerated, 11 1, 46 | Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~ 12 1, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: This reason proves that the world is one because 13 1, 47 | unity of the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the world, 14 1, 53 | For, as the ~Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) " 15 1, 61 | Augustine (De Trin. xiii) proves the soul's ~incorruptibility 16 1, 65 | thus withdraw us ~from God proves that they came from Him, 17 1, 65 | Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~what is, properly speaking, 18 1, 66 | contrary, An imperfect effect proves imperfection in the agent. ~ 19 1, 68 | heaven, as the Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 95). 20 1, 75 | Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves that the ~soul was made 21 1, 75 | body for its ~operation, proves that the soul is endowed 22 1, 76 | it exists in matter. He proves this from the fact ~that " 23 1, 76 | moved, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). But the 24 1, 77 | itself, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); except, ~ 25 1, 77 | moved, as the Philosopher proves (De Anima i, 4). Therefore ~ 26 1, 77 | soul, as the ~Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 1). 27 1, 37 | Augustine (De Trin. vii, 1) proves that the Father ~is not 28 1, 47 | Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is unbegotten, 29 1, 47 | Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is ~unbegotten 30 1, 47 | et Mundo i, text 20) he proves that heaven ~is ungenerated, 31 1, 47 | Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~ 32 1, 48 | Reply OBJ 1: This reason proves that the world is one because 33 1, 48 | unity of the exemplar, ~proves the unity of the world, 34 1, 54 | For, as the ~Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) " 35 1, 62 | Augustine (De Trin. xiii) proves the soul's ~incorruptibility 36 1, 66 | thus withdraw us ~from God proves that they came from Him, 37 1, 66 | Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~what is, properly speaking, 38 1, 67 | contrary, An imperfect effect proves imperfection in the agent. ~ 39 1, 69 | heaven, as the Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 95). 40 1, 74 | Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves that the ~soul was made 41 1, 74 | body for its ~operation, proves that the soul is endowed 42 1, 75 | it exists in matter. He proves this from the fact ~that " 43 1, 75 | moved, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). But the 44 1, 76 | itself, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); except, ~ 45 1, 76 | moved, as the Philosopher proves (De Anima i, 4). Therefore ~ 46 1, 76 | soul, as the ~Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 1). 47 1, 77 | alteration, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). Touch ~ 48 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher proves that the active intellect 49 1, 78 | of the first principles proves the unity of the ~separate 50 1, 78 | contingent things. And he proves this ~from the principle 51 1, 83 | without matter, as Aristotle proves in many ways ~(Metaph. vi), 52 1, 83 | senses of the body." This ~he proves in two ways. First, because " 53 1, 87 | knowledge which experience proves us to have.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 88 | and this the objection proves; but the soul in that state 55 1, 92 | modified and finite nature, ~proves that it proceeds from a 56 1, 92 | Augustine ~subsequently proves - De Trin. x, 3,4); therefore, 57 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 3: As Augustine proves (De Trin. xiv, 7), we may 58 1, 96 | clearly appear. For the first ~proves that the tree of life did 59 1, 102 | of goodness, as Boethius proves (De ~Consol. iii, 11) from 60 1, 102 | is found in those things proves that they ~are subject to 61 1, 103 | Wherefore the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, ~10) that, " 62 1, 104 | For as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, ~ 63 1, 104 | Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 10) that an 64 1, 104 | mover is infinite (which ~he proves from the fact that the first 65 1, 105 | as, for instance, one who proves something to be good. ~But 66 1, 109 | But, as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. ~vii, Did. vi, 67 1, 109 | Philosopher (Phys. viii, 7) proves that local motion ~is the 68 1, 109 | motion, as ~the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). The reason 69 1, 115 | the very use of the word proves. But the universal cause 70 1, 118 | contrary, The Philosopher proves in many ways (De Gener. 71 2, 1 | contrary, The Philosopher proves (Phys. ii, 5) that "not 72 2, 1 | Wherefore the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5) that we ~ 73 2, 1 | Wherefore ~the Philosopher proves (Poster. i, 3) that there 74 2, 2 | beginning; this argument ~proves that the last end is the 75 2, 3 | operation. And so it is that he ~proves happiness to be "the perfect 76 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection proves that the operation of the 77 2, 6 | Philosopher (Phys. viii, 2) proves that in animals ~no new 78 2, 6 | Consequently, this argument proves rather the ~opposite.~Aquin.: 79 2, 9 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves, not that the intellect 80 2, 12 | Wherefore the comparison proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT FS 81 2, 13 | we choose: so that this proves to be impossible to us. ~ 82 2, 17 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument proves that command is an act of 83 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that the internal and external 84 2, 27 | the contrary, Augustine proves (De Trin. x, 1,2) that " 85 2, 35 | Pain at the loss of good proves the goodness of the nature, ~ 86 2, 46 | act of reason; and ~yet proves a hindrance to reason. Wherefore 87 2, 48 | anger soon spends itself proves the ~strength of its fervor: 88 2, 54 | Reply OBJ 2: The physicist proves the earth to be round by 89 2, 54 | another: for the latter proves this by means of ~mathematics, 90 2, 54 | sort; ~while the former proves it by means of physics, 91 2, 55 | God Himself, as ~Augustine proves (De Moribus Eccl. 3,6, 14) 92 2, 56 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine proves (De Moribus Eccl. v) that 93 2, 57 | subalternate, as ~the Philosopher proves in Topic. iv. Therefore 94 2, 59 | ii, 6,7). Moreover, ~this proves useful for avoiding evil: 95 2, 59 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves that the wise man is not 96 2, 66 | necessary for human life, proves that they are more ~excellent, 97 2, 66 | Wherefore this argument, too, proves merely that moral virtue 98 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument proves that no other habits, besides 99 2, 70 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves the beatitudes to be fruits, 100 2, 72 | end, as the ~Philosopher proves (Metaph. ix, text. 15,16), 101 2, 73 | Further, the Philosopher proves (Ethic. vii, 6) that "it 102 2, 80 | the contrary, Augustine proves (De Lib. Arb. i, 11) that " 103 2, 80 | his suggestion. ~Origen proves this (Peri Archon iii, 2) 104 2, 88 | contrary to divine charity, proves that he prefers it to the 105 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument proves that the natural law is 106 2, 97 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument proves that laws ought to be changed: 107 2, 98 | epistle to ~the Hebrews (1:2) proves the excellence of the New 108 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 3: As Augustine proves (De Spiritu et Litera xiv), 109 2, 100 | human welfare; as Our Lord proves (Mt. 12:3, ~seqq.).~Aquin.: 110 2, 100 | pleasure taken in a work proves the existence of a habit," 111 2, 106 | 2: Further, the Apostle proves in his epistle to the Romans 112 2, 109 | God, as the Philosopher proves in the chapter "On Good ~ 113 2, 109 | 3: This argument merely proves that man needs no further ~ 114 2, 111 | way"; ~and as the sequel proves he is speaking of charity, 115 2, 1 | hence the ~Philosopher proves this (Metaph. xii, text. 116 2, 3 | cause, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 4). Hence ~ 117 2, 4 | and actions, as Augustine proves (De Trin. i, 8), it ~follows 118 2, 10 | to nature, as Damascene proves (De Fide Orth. ii, 4). Now ~ 119 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that fear is not the beginning 120 2, 22 | it unites it to God, this proves the ~infinity of the Divine 121 2, 24 | together," as the Philosopher proves ~(Ethic. viii, 5). Now irrational 122 2, 24 | Para. 3/5~The Philosopher proves this from five things that 123 2, 25 | rather ~than his father proves, that he loves his father 124 2, 25 | from us, as the Philosopher proves (Ethic. ix, 7) by four ~ 125 2, 26 | end, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. ii, 9). Therefore 126 2, 26 | whereas, as the same passage proves, to love one's ~enemy is 127 2, 31 | Nevertheless a previous sin proves somewhat of a ~hindrance 128 2, 31 | himself, although ~thereby he proves himself deserving of condemnation, 129 2, 38 | or by ambushes": and he proves this by the authority of ~ 130 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that the precept can be 131 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument proves that prudence helps all 132 2, 47 | memory, ~as the Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. i), 133 2, 49 | judgment, certainty. Hence this proves not that ~{euboulia} (deliberating 134 2, 59 | contrary, The Philosopher proves (Ethic. v, 5) that the just 135 2, 64 | argument that the Philosopher proves (Polit. i, 3) that the ~ 136 2, 69 | For just as a physician proves his skill by healing a ~ 137 2, 79 | voluntarily. Hence the argument proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT SS 138 2, 85 | forth. Hence the Apostle proves this from human custom, 139 2, 85 | hoped for from God. Yet this proves it to ~be, not a ceremonial 140 2, 109 | evil. But this argument proves nothing. Because a man might 141 2, 130 | human glory, as Augustine proves (De Civ. Dei v).~Aquin.: 142 2, 139 | furthest ~removed from it, proves the greatness of reason' 143 2, 143 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Tully proves (De Offic. ii, 3) that nothing 144 2, 143 | man: and the Philosopher proves ~this with regard to acts 145 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument proves that such things are not 146 2, 156 | for no purpose, as Seneca proves in ~the book he wrote on 147 2, 172 | something to him, since this proves the ~prophet's mind to have 148 2, 174 | profitable. The Apostle ~proves this in three ways (1 Cor. 149 2, 179 | another, as the Philosopher proves ~(Ethic. v, 1). Hence the 150 2, 180 | active: and the Philosopher proves this by eight ~reasons ( 151 2, 182 | himself to safety." This proves nothing ~more than that 152 2, 182 | question of difficulty which proves the greatness of virtue 153 2, 185 | are altogether wrong." He proves this first because it ~is 154 2, 185 | things are no excuse, and he proves this, ~as regards each in 155 2, 187 | probation, as the objection proves. The other is the simple 156 3, 1 | could not, as Augustine ~proves (Gen. ad lit. xi, 18). Therefore, 157 3, 4 | itself, as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, ~26,27,29, 158 3, 5 | see Me to have.' And He proves that He has a soul, saying ( 159 3, 5 | take it again.' ~And He proves that He has an intellect, 160 3, 9 | substance, as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. xii, ~text. 39). 161 3, 13 | their course, as Dionysius proves (Ep. ad ~Polycarp). Therefore 162 3, 25 | two operations in Christ proves, not two ~adorations, but 163 3, 31 | generation; as the ~Philosopher proves (De Gener. Animal. i). But 164 3, 31 | Abraham. For ~the Apostle proves that the priesthood according 165 3, 31 | Melchisedech, as the Apostle proves (Heb. 7). Therefore ~by 166 3, 33 | De Trin. iv), where he ~proves that Christ was in the Virgin' 167 3, 39 | his book. And Chrysostom proves this (Hom. iv in ~Matth.; 168 3, 43 | any particular proposition proves him to be a ~man. In like 169 3, 46 | praiseworthy, as Augustine proves (De Civ. Dei ~xiv) - namely, 170 3, 47 | Jerome ~remarks: "Our Lord proves most manifestly by these 171 3, 52 | Christ from ~being there: but proves that not everything appertaining 172 3, 53 | 3: Further, as Damascene proves (De Fide Orth. iv), it is 173 3, 57 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument proves that Christ did not ascend 174 3, 57 | Christ. So when Aristotle proves (De Coelo ii) ~that there 175 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that judiciary power is 176 3, 59 | the Son of God.'" And he proves this by the ~effect of the 177 3, 60 | sacraments; as Dionysius also proves ~in his book on the heavenly 178 3, 62 | complete power, as the argument proves. But ~there is nothing to 179 3, 68 | Augustine (Contra Julian. vi) proves that "not everything that ~ 180 3, 73 | blood," as the Apostle ~proves in Heb. 9. Consequently, 181 3, 76 | human ~body, as Aristotle proves (De Anima Histor. i). If, 182 3, 82 | Augustine (Contra Parmen. ii) proves that "apostates" ~from the 183 3, 88 | while the ~last objection proves that ingratitude, as included 184 Suppl, 8 | above: and ~so the argument proves nothing. Nevertheless it 185 Suppl, 9 | weakness, but a number of sins proves the malice of the sinner, 186 Suppl, 11| opposition; so that the argument proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT XP 187 Suppl, 12| vindictive justice. This proves that satisfaction, which 188 Suppl, 13| Reply OBJ 3: This argument proves that it is impossible to 189 Suppl, 14| equivalence: so that the argument proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT XP 190 Suppl, 16| Reply OBJ 1: This argument proves that they do not have the 191 Suppl, 16| since the Fifth ~Objection proves that there will be the same 192 Suppl, 30| Reply OBJ 1: This objection proves that bodily health is not 193 Suppl, 41| philosophers. Hence Theophrastus proves that it is not ~advisable 194 Suppl, 56| consequently kinship of spirit proves an impediment thereto, ~ 195 Suppl, 59| to the case when the wife proves a notable ~occasion of sin 196 Suppl, 62| his end, as the objection ~proves. Secondly, he may seek for 197 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This proves that they are not equal 198 Suppl, 69| not present, as Augustine proves from many instances (De ~ 199 Suppl, 70| Philosopher (De Anima i, 3) who ~proves that the soul does not move 200 Suppl, 72| OBJ 2: Further, Our Lord proves the resurrection by quoting 201 Suppl, 72| Apostle (1 Cor. 15) seemingly proves the ~resurrection from the 202 Suppl, 72| resurrection. Wherefore our Lord proves the ~resurrection with the 203 Suppl, 77| food, as the Philosopher proves (De ~Gen. Animal. i). Therefore 204 Suppl, 79| power as the ~Philosopher proves (De Anima ii, text. 51,54). 205 Suppl, 80| between them: and ~Boethius proves this (De Duab. Nat.). Secondly, 206 Suppl, 80| distinction, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. iv), and as ~is self-evident. 207 Suppl, 80| clear that the argument ~proves nothing, but begs the question, 208 Suppl, 80| Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. iv, 6), that two 209 Suppl, 81| Philosopher (Phys. iv, 8) proves that there is no ~movement 210 Suppl, 86| we say it of that which proves that some ~person ought 211 Suppl, 86| blessed: ~whence Augustine proves (Gen. ad lit. xi) that the 212 Suppl, 89| the intellect, as Avicenna proves (De Natural. vi.), because ~ 213 Suppl, 89| all. Hence the objection proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT XP 214 Suppl, 93| 2]~). Hence the argument proves nothing.~Aquin.: SMT XP 215 Suppl, 94| Wherefore Gregory (Dial. iv) proves the fire ~of hell to be 216 Appen1, 1| unable to avoid; hence Seneca proves (Ep. lxxxv, and De ira ~


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